Watch as a hapless mum runs herself ragged – cooking, shopping, wrapping, decorating, entertaining – while her ungrateful spouse and kids take it all for granted!
A hundred years after getting the vote, today’s woman can access not only Shout Out To My Pout lip pencils, but Perfect In Pink face gems.
“Meghan Markle is pregnant with Prince Harry’s first child” is just the start.
The ethical problems relating to older motherhood are routinely cast aside when it comes to men. After all, we are told, that’s the way it’s always been
From patronising stay at home mothers to indulging “make me a sandwich” sexism, the show – much like society – had it both ways.
A vast majority of Britons still believe women should be the primary caregivers. Why is our image of motherhood based on a specific, fleeting cultural moment that mainly exists in 1950s advert land?
Telling women to change their lifestyles for the sake of others who may never exist seems ludicrously backwards
We are working towards a world in which no one feels taken by surprise at the failure of others to trust in their justice.
For so long, I’ve been held back by the sexist male genius paradox.